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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRESH MEN WL HL RESTLING,[FENCING
AND TRAC K TOURNEYS TODBAY AND TOMOROW
Vevor4, In (11 :filii Round ()f Net the fencing squad' numbered┬░ about
Alfle~"if (Nle Cood. lI1Il4Ir 125 but the enrollment has now
Ble Bettered hLi di'i ~ (windled to eight.
--- Pinals To IBe Reid Tomorrow
WILL AWAtrD NUMERALS Mebr of the freshman wrestling
squad wpo re liinaited in theX111-.

Prepairatilons 'or the all-freshman
indoor track ineet to be held In
Waterman gynmnasium 'tomorrow have
b~een comnpleted aind the number of
competitors has lbeen lowered to
about14 ment in each event. In all,
t here wi;ill be 7", ment taking ptart in
the nwcet.
Although the entries were not
pressed ;in the (lualif'ying;runt
they nt,ade some creditable records.
The l.._ ard da1<sh was runi in 5:09 and
the 20 foot rouecs were climbed ji
7 seconds. The best chinning record
wxas 21 times. Five feet and one
inch was made in -the high jump
mnd nine feet in the standing broad
jump. The highest shot pput mark
wals ;8 feet andl 9 inchtes.
lWill Hfold Mal nd Fencing Afeet
In conjunction with the Indoor
meet t he all-freshman wrestling and
fencing tonrntanents will be held to
deteamine the numeral winners in
these sports. Some of_ the freshmen
who are likely to make the best
showing in the fencing meet are
Corden, Shut z, Madero, Reed,- and
F riedmanl.
Accordirngto 'Coach Bela de Tu-
scen, about four numerals will be
awarded it the close of the ,fencing
meet. At the .beginning of the year

camnpu s rnzet will he given another
!opportunh1ity to win a. numreral in this
tournament. Some - fast, hard bouts
should feature the meet which will
open with the first round t onight 'at
7o'clock. The finals will be held
at 3:30 tomorrow -afternoon.
Both the squad working under
Coach Botchen at Waterman gym-
Inasiun,~ and the men at the field
house with Coach Soloman wil be
entered in the xnheet. Any other
freshman who wishes to compete in
the tournament may do so by report-
lug at the gynmnasium.
TRACK. NUME'RAL WINNERS
TO R'EPORT POR JERSEYS,
The following freshmen, hav-
ing won indoor track numerals,
should be measured at. Athletic
office for jerseys immediately:
Austin, Barron, Bagley, Ben-'
son (Capt.), Baker, Crane, Cook,
Colby, Cooper, Decker, Dalby,
Eastwood, Feldman, Fuestal,
Groehn, Gingrich, Harrell, Hug-
gett, Hayes, H umiphrey, Katz-
man, Ludington,. Lonsberry, Mu r-
ray, Metz, Marshall, Mueller,
Pottle, Patton, Potter, Rich, Rus-
sell, Sinythe, Smith, Tolan, Toth,
Veech.

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THE MANS SHOP
OpenHouse ~A II This Week4
GREENWOOD AND KILG ORE'S
OUR displays of suits
and topcoats for Spring wear
are unexcelled-and awaiting
your inspection.
A suit or topcoat, fromn The
Mans Shop has that distinctive
character which will be admir-
ed at home during the holidays.
Priced reasonably

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Our skilled Penmnakers Service costs
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Rider's Pen Shop C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One five-roomn duplex;
steam heat, and modern; soft water;
with yard. Also one'"6-room house,
mnodern. Can be had April 10,
1928. Phone 5421.
141-142-143
FOR RENT-Three-room comnpletely
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FOR RENT-For vacation, 1926 Ford
coupe; good condition. Tharp,
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W!ANTED,
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Laundry, 204 .N. Main. Dial 3916. C
LUST
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C~AvertiinigD
NOTICE
MR. M. A. JULIAN, formerly of the
Mlichigan Beauty Shop, is now lo-
cated with MNiladies Beauty Shop.
Specializes in ladies' anid- children's
hair cutting.w 139-140-141
NOTICE-Education Seniors, class
dues payable in Tappan Hall Mon-
dlay and Tuesday. Dues include
subscription Mich. Alumnus Me-
nmorial Fund Class Banquet.
140-141.
NOTICE-Two used) portable type-
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old respectively. Reasonable prices.
Call 3489. E. 1-1. Munn.
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NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
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Yes, we do repairing. C
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The best you can buy. Always .fresh.
Rider's Pens Shop C
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Phone 8950 C
TYPING-Theses a specialty. - Rea-
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Typewriters For Rent
Good machines, your favorite make.
Rider's, Pen Shop
Phone 8950 C
Portable Typewrlters--New or Used
IT WIL pay yo) to come to Royal
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Gentlemen:
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A little old mazy wearing a skull cap
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a whiff' of the tobacco he was smoking
I changed my mind. The aroma of
that tobacco was so delightful that I
made up my mind right then and there
that I wanted some of the same brand,
regardless of the cost.
I began with: "I beg your pardon,
sir, but I came in to buy a can of to-
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you are smoking if you don't mind'
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